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Honouring Jo Cox doesn’t just mean coming together—it means fighting political injustice

Events such as the Grenfell fire reveal the best of us. But if we truly have 'More in Common', we must fight inequality before such tragedies take place

By Emma Burnell  

Jo Cox was a politician—

This weekend, people up and down the country will be coming together to remember Jo Cox, the Labour MP who was shot and killed by a man in the name of his extreme right wing beliefs. At The Great Get Together, friends and neighbours of all politics will come together in Jo’s name to celebrate what we have in common.

Jo was killed at a difficult time for our country. We…

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